Become a Friend of The Rotary Club of Tarporley

Become a Friend of the Rotary Club of Tarporley


Would you like to support our charity and become a

FRIEND OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF TARPORLEY

Are you interested in helping Rotary with their various charity events or possibly interested in joining Rotary but don't have the time to attend meetings every week, then you may like to become a "Friend of the Rotary Club of Tarporley". Members of the Public, who are not Rotarians, can become Friends and, in that way, share in the work of our Rotary Club by helping those in need and supporting our local community.

It is hoped our Friends will welcome the opportunity to assist in Rotary activities and projects; such as being helpers at events and community actions. As a Friend you will be invited to attend some of our meetings when you will have an opportunity to meet our members and other Friends. There is no obligation to pay a membership fee; however we always welcome charitable donations. We will keep our Friends advised on Rotary activities by regular email and give them opportunities to be involved in Rotary events.

Who can become a Friend of the Rotary Club of Tarporley? - Men and women who support Rotary ideals and who have a concern and interest in helping others.

The benefits of being a Friend of the Rotary Club of Tarporley include:

  • Opportunities for individuals to make a difference; contributing something to the community
  • Supporting the community and Rotary in areas of their interest; even if their time is limited
  • Enjoyment from making new friends and taking part in a safe and friendly environment
  • Using skills and experience that are valuable and needed in our community

Having fun whilst making a difference and helping to raise money for good causes. See What We Do

If you are interested in becoming a friend, email:   contact@tarporleyrotary.org.uk

'What We Do' Main Pages:

John Gilbody (the school caretaker) David Lilley, Robin Moore and Peter Connor from the Rotary Club of Tarporley

Tarporley Rotary plants trees at Tarporley CE Primary School to help the environment.

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Tarporley Rotarians help rebuild shed at Tarporley Primary School

Tarporley Rotary Club supports the local community and a wide range of Local, National and International charities

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Knysna KET Project Classroom

Supporting the Knysna Education Trust

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The Tarporley 100 Club is one of the many events Tarporley Rotary is using to raise funds for local and National charities.

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Tarporley Rotary Film Nights

Good news! We are currently planning to start the Film Nights again in September… yippee!! Indeed, we intend to kick off our next series of films with a double bill on Friday 10th September.

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Tarporley Primary joins RotaKids

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Rotary Club of Tarporley supporting the Disability Games

TARPORLEY ROTARY - WE SUPPORT LOCAL, NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL CHARITIES. The picture above shows our involvement in the recent Disability Games. Below are some of the Charities we support.

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Recent news and events.

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Rotary's major Charity Project

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Matthew Grant our out going President welcomes Charles Hardy as the new President for 2019 - 2020

As well as the regular events - we also carry out lots of things through the year including special events as opportunities arise. Here are some...

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Twice a year during Oulton Park's Superbike Racing Weekends we provide a safe store for bikers helmets and leathers. Our next weekend will be in May when we will provide a helmet and leather store for the Superbike Race Weekend.

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